When it comes to fall photography you want to make the most out of the brief window that nature gives you. You simply don’t have time to go out and hope that you are getting the results you want, you HAVE to get it right the first time. So to help you along we’ve come up with 10 easy steps to getting great fall imagery. So this weekend when you go out, take this list with you so that you can take advantage
It’s that time of year and the leaves are changing! Fall can offer some of the best variations in your photography and often allows for seemingly unnatural beauty in nature. However, capturing that image as you see it can often be more difficult than anticipated, but there are lots of great tips and things we can do in order to get the best photos possible. First and foremost, the most important thing is lighting.
Whether you’re on vacation in an exotic location or just taking a stroll around the streets of your own neighborhood there are always things to take photos of. More often than not I find that the most interesting things to take photos of are not things but rather people. It’s in the taking photos of these people that we can get the most interesting and engaging photographs. In these photographs that our viewers ca
As photographers the search for the right equipment is one that is exhausting, expensive and seemingly never-ending. There is not exception when it comes to camera bags. In my time in photography I have spent thousands of dollars acquiring over a dozen bags in search for that perfect bag, the one that makes me never to want to buy another…ever. To help me in this quest for the elusive perfect bag I reached